Monthly Archives: April 2015

For Passion’s Sake

I was fortunate to have been able to go to two stunning concerts within the past week. An opportunity to see John Eliot Gardiner lead his Monteverdi Choir in Orfeo last Tuesday at the Kennedy Center and then on Sunday … Continue reading

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Unbelievable! (11): Marionette

This occasional series explores what we don’t believe — and why — in order to help us understand what we do believe, and why we do. The church does not teach that God controls everything. In my pastoral ministry, there … Continue reading

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Christos Anesti Part II

Yesterday I visited Saint Sophia, the Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Washington, DC.  I had never been but went with a friend who was born in Greece and hoped to light candles in loving memory of a Great Aunt who had died a few … Continue reading

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The Church’s one foundation

Just about every Sunday morning something in the service at church comes as a pleasant surprise or a special joy.  Often it is music by Byrd, Bach, Victoria, or Palestrina sung by the choir, but just as often it is … Continue reading

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Christos Anesti: St Alban’s

 TBTGOMOU&LC SW; JT SA Happy Monday, Jim+

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Deserted Places

“But he would withdraw to deserted places and pray.” Luke 5:16 This weekend the Rite 13 group will go away to what I am almost positive will be a “deserted place,” Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.  The weather is supposed to hover … Continue reading

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Greater Love – Yoga to Cromwell

I don’t watch a lot of television, but I did get pulled into Oliver Cromwell’s orbit recently with the PBS airing of “Wolf Hall”. Complexities abound in the Tudor court, no surprise, and nothing is more complex than the character … Continue reading

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